Maika Monroe is seriously gorgeous on the cover of Verge‘s Sundance Film Festival edition.
Here’s what the 20-year-old actress had to share with the mag:
On what she’s anticipating about the highs and lows of Sundance: “Worst thing’s easy: Freezing your a*s off. And then best thing? Every single person told me there is just something magical about this festival. I don’t know what that is, but I will get back to you.”
On life before acting: “I did internships at veterinarian hospitals, so I witnessed surgeries and I even saw a cat get put down, which was one of the worst things ever. I realized that I could not live with the regret that vets must have — how do they sleep at night?”
On her Sundance film The Guest: “My costar is Dan Stevens from Downtown Abbey playing a role that seems like his polar opposite — he’s psychotic. I’m this punk girl with platinum hair who falls for the bad guy. She is a strong, smart girl, but she’s not confident. Her weakness is a lack of self-worth.”
For more from Maika, visit Verge.is.